clearly

All Adverb
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  • Clearly you are setting a good example for the rest of the country.
  • The rose can clearly be seen at the center of the cross.
  • The current constitution does not clearly deal with the status of political parties.
  • The historical centre is clearly present inside the walls, but the modern city has grown beyond.
  • And even worse, they did not see it clearly and completely at that.
  • Mary's children clearly believed their mother had been the elder sister.
  • A material that could be operated at room temperature was clearly needed.
  • A picture taken from the back so the stars and flowers are not so clearly visible.
  • If the reserve is not reached this should be clearly declared.
  • This influence can be clearly seen in many Indian bands today.
  • This theme was clearly an expression of the director's life experience.
  • The mountain range is a clearly defined unit having natural boundaries on all four sides.
  • This image shows a plan view of the ground floor levels, where each building is clearly described in text.
  • He also found that the distance from his native country helped him see the United States more clearly.
  • Some ship types do not fit clearly into the commonly used ship classifications.
  • This convention is not always followed, and not explained to the average person clearly.
  • The country clearly needed reforms in working conditions, public services, and education.
  • It is important that this be stated clearly since these are the most serious allegations.
  • Other events are less clearly defined as actions or not.
  • Any direction can be the plane of reference, as long as it is clearly defined.
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Meaning of clearly

  • adverb Without doubt or question
    they were clearly lost, history has clearly shown the folly of that policy
  • adverb In an easily perceptible manner
    could be seen clearly under the microscope, She cried loud and clear